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I suffer from frequent respiratory infections and may be at a risk of asthma. I fear confirming it because that will just scare the shit out of me. However, I recently read that asthma can lead to obesity. Really?

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It is the other way round. Obese people have inflammation and as asthma is an inflammatory issue, people who are fat have a higher risk of asthma.

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It is sad to see almost 18% of children in America are obese and are at a huge risk of asthma because of their health. Obesity is the preceeding factor for many diseases like GERD, which, in turn, worsen asthma.

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